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Ithaca College biology professor Andy Smith impressed the hosts of the game show podcast “Tell Me Something I Don’t Know” with his research on slug secretions. Smith was voted the show’s winner and was presented with a “certificate of impressive...

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THURSDAY, NOV. 2
ART

Opening reception for the exhibits “Another Time,” featuring works by Anna Von Mertens exploring the rifts and connections between past and present; “Objects & Apparitions,” featuring photographs by Christine Elfman exploring the temporal wane of objects, images and memory; and “Stay Awhile: A Cabinet...

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Set to a gorgeous and jazzy score by Leonard Bernstein, the streets of Greenwich Village come alive through song and dance in “Wonderful Town,” a golden-age musical comedy about two young women pursuing their dreams in New York City. “Wonderful Town” will be performed at Ithaca College on Oct. 31 and Nov. 2, 3, 9, 10 and 11 at 8 p.m., as well as Nov. 4 and 5 at 2...

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From its humble beginnings as a music conservatory in downtown Ithaca with eight teachers, Ithaca College has grown to become a prestigious liberal arts college with more than 60,000 alumni. This November, the IC community will honor all the college has accomplished over the last 125 years, while also celebrating its future.

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When former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick first chose to protest during the national anthem, he might not have expected to start a movement that would soon involve the President of the United States. A year later, many NFL players have followed his lead, and now the athletes find themselves at the center of an increasingly divisive issue.

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